Business Stories to keep

What better way to tell your business story and celebrate that anniversary than with a book or newspaper article in your foyer for your customers to admire. 

Your business story has all the action of any great tale – the business’ history, the triumphs, the research, development and the digging deep to find a way through to success.

Stories to Keep starts with the initial interview. We ask you what you would like to include in the scope of  your story? Is this a history of your business and its role in the community? Is is the story of a particular product or service? Or is this about your personal contribution to the industry and business. This initial phase provides the framework of your story.

Make sure you find all those gems of photographs, meaningful documents and visual items that will help tell your story.

Then we get down to the interviews where we tell your business story. This process is designed to be relaxed and fun. Here you get to tell your own story in your own way.

You will receive a draft of your story and then a second draft with any changes. We want you to be completely happy with the telling of your story. 

The final product will be a book either in a tabloid newspaper style or in a book style to suit your style and budget. For those looking for a quick turnaround, a broadsheet newspaper article for the foyer will impress your clients.


Warren & Brown celebrates its first 100 years

Neil Domelow and Steve Normoyle, owners of Warren & Brown.
Neil Domelow and Steve Normoyle, owners of Warren & Brown celebrated the company's 100 years with a book.
Warren & Brown business book
Business history: 100 years of Warren & Brown.

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